Getting Started with Cloud Computing
by Vijay Trehan
Publisher: Red Hat 2008
Number of pages: 40
Cloud computing with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is a web-scale virtual computing environment powered by Amazon Web Services. It provides everything needed to develop and host applications: compute capacity, network bandwidth, storage capacity, and the leading open source operating system platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
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